Immigration in the U.S. continues to be a point of contention, but the U.S. is not alone in dealing with issues swirling around the movement of people from one country to another.
As the ranks of unemployed swell, migration to the U.S. slows from Central America, Africa and Southeast Asia. Other magnets for talent and labor are cropping up around the world. Highly-skilled immigrants on multi-year green card lines are being lured back to their home countries, where they often compete indirectly with the U.S. Some countries grant equal rights to immigrants, while others -- in the name of nationalism -- do not warmly welcome immigrants and allow discrimination and racism to take root.
Worldfocus reporters travel across Europe (Italy, France, Germany), and to Guatemala, Mexico and Israel to examine how contemporary immigration issues are playing out around the world.
"Immigration" is a collection of signature videos, interviews, reporter observations and analysis from the field and blogger perspectives.
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